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5 most Interesting Books that your Kids would Love

5 most Interesting Books that your Kids would Love

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You might be frantically looking for some reading material that will keep your teen’s interest for as long as a tablet can. Perhaps the young person in your life has a voracious appetite for literature and is always looking for a new book to read. In any case, we’re happy to inform you that there is no shortage of top-notch literature for modern children. Just look through our list of timeless and most interesting children’s books that your kids would love. We guarantee you’ll find something to suit any youngster, from a fidgety toddler to an irritable teen.

MADELINE BY LUDWIG BEMELMANS

MADELINE BY LUDWIG BEMELMANS

Madeline began as a treasured classic novel written and illustrated by French author Ludwig Bemelmans in 1939. A strong and vivacious teenage boarding student named Madeline suffers a terrifying medical emergency (appendicitis). She bounces back fast with the help of her headmaster and friends.  It is a feel-good narrative about an inspirational young heroine that is conveyed with rhythmic rhyme. Don’t miss out the beautiful illustrations of Paris in the 1930s!

THE CAT IN THE HAT BY DR SEUSS

THE CAT IN THE HAT BY DR SEUSS

The Cat in the Hat, Dr. Seuss’s best-known book, has been a classic children’s book since it was originally published in 1957. It still fits in every young child’s collection. Fast-moving and catchy rhymes tell the story of two siblings who get into trouble with a cute troublemaker of a cat. The rule-abiding sister and brother team manages to clean up the cat’s mess before their mother arrives, which is the book’s best feature.

THE BOOK WITH NO PICTURES BY B.J. NOVAK

THE BOOK WITH NO PICTURES BY B.J. NOVAK

Parents, get ready to be silly because The Book with No Pictures is a read-aloud book that, whether you like it or not, requires you to read every word, which will make you look silly. It does a great job of portraying the power of the written word; it’s hilarious and incredibly creative, and we promise your child won’t miss the pictures at all.

SYLVESTER AND THE MAGIC PEBBLE WILLIAM STEIG

SYLVESTER AND THE MAGIC PEBBLE WILLIAM STEIG

A little stone with extraordinary power—namely, the ability to grant wishes—is found by Sylvester, a kind and innocent donkey who enjoys finding pebbles. When Sylvester unintentionally wishes to turn into a rock himself out of worry, this exhilarating discovery takes an unexpected turn. This picture book is short and simple to read. It promises to evoke a wide range of emotions in young readers with its sophisticated narrative, which depicts parents lamenting the mysterious loss of a kid. But don’t worry, Sylvester doesn’t stay a rock for very long. The real magic occurs when he awakens and enjoys the sweetness of a nice family reunion.

CHARLOTTE’S WEB BY E.B. WHITE

SYLVESTER AND THE MAGIC PEBBLE WILLIAM STEIG

E.B. White’s classic story of friendship, love, and loss has stood the test of time for more than 60 years for many reasons, including excellent writing and a moving message. Try it as a read-aloud for a younger child, or let your tween tackle it on his own—either way, this touching story about a pig and his unlikely friendship with a spider (Charlotte) will leave an indelible impression.

5 most Interesting Books that your Kids would Love

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